James Richardson is back with a bumber first podcast of the new season. He's joined by Simon Burnton, Nick Mille r and James Horncastle to run the rule over every Premier League team and look at changes in personnel over the summer. The pod discuss which of the seven (!)
Some sloppy Googling at the Vatican, and James Richardson the soccer commentator, or the JR who builds boats, or some JR the Internet has never heard of lost out on an immortal gig: St. Jim, Patron of Apology. Sorry, guys: admittedly your Works were nobler than mine, your Faith purer.
After the tumult of the past few days, a simple mathematical equation: Ponder that over your rest days. And while you're pondering, you might want to get yourself tickets to see Football Weekly Live in Manchester at the start of September.
France rally against Ireland to advance to the quarter-finals, where they'll be joined by Germany and Belgium, who saw off Slovakia and Hungary respectively. Plus, Spain and Italy prepare to face off once more, while Iceland await England
Gareth Bale and co progress to the quarter-finals. Plus, previews of France v Ireland and Germany v Slovakia, and the definitive word on who would win: eleven Cristiano Ronaldos or eleven James Milners?
On tonight's Football Daily, has James Horncastle , Barry Glendenning , and Michael Cox in the pod to mark the dramatic denouement to groups E and F. We start by getting stuck into the evening's action, which saw Ireland recreate the spirit of Stuttgart against Italy, and Zlatan and Sweden going out against Belgium.
has James Horncastle , Barry Glendenning and Simon Burnton for company for this truly scintillating edition of Football Daily. The pod look back on Croatia's victory over Spain which sees them top the group and into the kinder side of the draw. Aleksandar Holiga is on the phone to give us the Croatian perspective.
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